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36 Cards in this Set

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CONVIVIAL
Sociable
VORTEX
A whirpool or tornado


INTERMITTENT


Stopping or starting at intervals.
AWRY
Turned or twisted to one side
XENOPHOBIC
Having a fear of foreigners
DILAPIDATION
Ruins/destruction


RECONNNAISSANCE


Exploration of an area to get information.
RUCKSACK
A backpack/duffle bag
SOLICITOUS
Marked by anxious care and attentiveness
HILLOCK
A mound or a small hill
BREVIARY
Book containing prayers and hymns
CONVECTION
Fluid motion caused by an external force such as gravity
POMMELED
To beat or hit
STRAFE
To attack with machine gun fire from low flying aircraft
HEDONISTIC
Characterized by the pursuit of sensual pleasures
CONFLAGRATION
A large and destructive fire
ATAVISTIC
Return of a trait after a period of absence
LACERATIONS
Jagged cuts
CATECHIST
Those who teach Christian doctrine
TURBULENT
Violently agitated or disturbed/unruly
EXTRICATED
Pulled out
PORTE-COCHERE
Aporch roof over a driveway at the entrance of a building
INCENDIARY
Of or containing chemicals that cause fire when exploded.
PUTRESCENCE
Decomposed, rotten, foul-smelling matter


A conscious decision


Volition
STUPEFIED
With senses dulled by amazement
REPUGNANT
Repulsive;disgusting; offensive
MORIBUND
About to die
MIASMA
Poisonous atmosphere
PREFECTUAL
District administered or governed by a prefect
PAROXYSM
Sudden outburst
SUPPURATED
Full of pus
APATHETIC
Uninterested; uncaring
CONTUSIONS
Bruises
SUCCINCT
Short; to the point
CHARRED
Scorched